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The single room is furnished with single bed, 2 chairs, a bookcase and spacious closets.
It has a fan for the summer & heating for the cold days & nights.
There is a wide window that brings natural light inside the room.
Location: Virrey Loreto Street between Amenabar Street & Ciudad de la Paz Street.
Bright and quiet single room to rent in a comfortable apartment in Belgrano neighborhood.
The house has a cozy living room with 2 sofas, a small table and a Cable TV. The dining room has a table and 4 chairs.
A fully equipped kitchen is at your disposal, containing an oven, a stove top, a microwave, a fridge with freezer, a kettle, and all kitchen utensils.
The shared bathroom has shower, bath, W.C and sink. And it´s shared with one person.
Rent includes all bills and expenses (gas, electricity, building fees, water, internet access, change of sheets and towels, and weekly cleaning service).
Rent also includes full use of the home\'s facilities:
Belgrano has two different faces: one is a residential neighborhood with 19th-centruy mansions, and the other is a busy center of commercial activity; for this reason, many visitors choose to rent rooms in Belgrano.
Some of the typical places to visit are: the Iglesia de la Inmaculada Concepción (the Church of the Immaculate Conception), known as \"La Redonda\" (the \"Round Church\"); the Palco de la Música (the bandstand), a pagoda located in the Barrancas de Belgrano; the Casa del Ángel, which was replaced by a shopping mall; the Museo Histórico Sarmiento (Sarmiento Historical Museum); the Museo Casa de Yrurtia (Home of Yrurtia Museum); the homes of Alfonsina Storni and Raúl Soldi (important cultural figures for the country), and the Barrio Chino (Chinese neighborhood).
The best thing about renting a room in Belgrano is that you can choose from areas that are quite different from each other. Belgrano \"C\" is the most commercial area, with the corner of Cabildo and Juramento being a landmark; Bajo Belgrano is the area closest to the river. In both areas, there are buildings with modern and comfortable rooms for rent; in Belgrano \"R\", you\'ll find houses with rooms for rent, given that it is a residential area.
If you enjoy living in a well-connected and commercial neighborhood, choose Belgrano along Cabildo Avenue, because there are many clothing stores, shoe stores, general goods stores, bookstores, and toy stores.
We want you to have the best experience possible, which is why we check each and every room and assure you that they look EXACTLY like they do in the pictures. If you arrive and within 24 hours notice that something does not match the pictures or descriptions that you saw and you no longer wish to stay in the room, don t worry! Just let us know and we will refund your booking payment in full. Super easy and risk-free.
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In this cozy apartment lives Elina of 72 years old. She is an Attorney Assistant and likes music and reading. She describes herself as a warm, tidy and receptive person.
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Nearby modes of transportation
TrainBelgrano Station, Mitre Line (5 blocks)
SubwayJosé Hernandez Station, Line D ( 4 blocks)
Buses152-59-41-68-67-65-44-168-80 (5 blocks)